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"I know it sounds pathetic, but I've nothing left to lose."
Just a little bit of fun with a twisted mind.
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Artist/Composer: Matthew J Boudreau
Date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Keywords: Acoustic; Country
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
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Subject: comment from Roses and Gifts
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I Agree Commercial Redundancy Sucks Man!
Subject: Another oldie....
I remember this one too..... Matt get a hold of me at email@example.com
Subject: Hey 001
There is so much out there, non-descript, and defying description, then comes more of the same can any of us keep up with it all by even merely listening to it? duh no do we want to?
Commercial redunency sucks, this was a well produced tune (of only one cut) at this point I love indies but conject I heard "the Monkees" write socially more significant stuff in 67-69 (whenever) than is produced today. Man does the world SUK but this is a cool pop tune so I rated it.